Ayurveda is defined as a system which uses the inherent principles of nature, to help maintain health in a person by keeping the individuals’ body, mind and spirit in perfect equilibrium with nature. In ancient India, this system was the only prevalent one which could help the ailing humanity. These all the things can be achieved by Panchakarma, which is unique and the best department of institute.

Panchakarma includes Vamana, Virechana, Nasya, Basti karma & Raktha mokshana, using a varied kinds of Ayurvedic medicines. As far as the treatment methods are concerned Ayurveda has described the use of Shaman (palliative treatment) and Shodhana (bio-purification methods-Panchakarma) methods. Panchakarma literally means five methods of body purification. These methods are employed in the healthy to prevent diseases and to improve the immunity as also in the sick to treat a number of diseases. Unlike other detoxification programs, Panchakarama is a gentle process that achieves deep cleansing without discomfort and allows rejuvenating energy to flow freely through the body.

Facilities –

Academic facilities-

·        Panchakarma subject is concerned with final year BAMS course.

·        Well qualified teaching faculties.

·        Departmental library.

·        Museum

      Hospital facilities

  • IPD and OPD facilities.

  • Separate male and female treatment rooms.

  • Male and female wards

  • Well furnished special rooms.

  • Treatments are carried out by well trained therapists under the guidance of qualified and skilled doctors.

Panchkarma treatment procedures

  • Snehana karma (oleation therapy)

  • Swedana karma (sudation therapy)

  • Vamana karma (emesis therapy)

  • Virechana karma (purgation therapy)

  • Basti karma (enema therapy)

  • Nasya (errhine therapy)

  • Raktha mokshana (blood letting therapy)

Special therapies

  • Shirodhara/taila dhara/takra dhara/

  • Abhyanga

  • Kati basti/greeva basti

  • Shiro lepa/shiro basti

  • Kayaseka

  • Patrapinda sweda/sashtika shali pindasweda.